Marco Manev‘s take on minimalistic, iconographic representations of comic book heroes, with the added texturization of well-loved posters.
Minimalist, skinny lamps for spartan spaces.
Inspired by the thought of what it must be like for a younger audience to watch the older Star Wars movies, Justin Van Genderen created a retro-like set of “travel posters” for the films’ planets: with minimalistic forms and stained textures.
For a similarly-inspired travel poster series, Van Genderen took on the locations of popular Marvel and DC comic book hero towns. While the posters for the heroes’ metropolises have more detail, the great silhouettes and bold type make these posters equally striking and graphic.
Putting up quick, temporary privacy screens in an open-floor concept is easy with this rollable, usable wall, the Giraffe… for those that find it sufficient to hide their heads from others. Design by Kawamura-Ganjavian studio.
This stool made of recycled rubber bends into sitting position and stays put with the simple application of bolts. When no longer needed, it unfolds into a flat shape that’s easy to store out-of-sight. With its unique look and cushy rubber elasticity, the stool by Japan’s h220430 is an elegant recycle-minded piece with flexible function.
IKEA’s japanese-inspired, no-words cookbook may not be the most useful set of cooking instructions but it’s perfectly useful for quickly assessing a recipe’s required ingredients against one’s immediate culinary inventory. Usefulness aside, what a gorgeous way to arrange ingredients!
Credit, and more images at Forsman & Bodenfors